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CAMPROBIN Pedro de (b. 1605, Almagro, d. 1674, Sevilla) Nationality : Spanish

Spanish painter. The son of a silversmith, he was apprenticed between 1619 and 1624 to Luis Tristan de Escamilla in Toledo, where he became acquainted with developments in the new genre of still-life. He was examined and certified as maestro pintor in Seville in June 1630, after which his activity there as a painter is documented with regularity. His earliest dated painting and only known religious work is a signed Magdalene (1634; Seville, El Salvador). In 1660, together with Bartolome Esteban Murillo, Francisco de Herrera the Younger and Juan de Valdes Leal, he was among the founders of the Academia de Bellas Artes.

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  • Still-Life of Fruit

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  • Vase of Flowers

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  • Vase of Flowers

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  • Vase of Flowers

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